Phonak unveiled a training program aimed to empower HCPs to better integrate the cognitive health aspect into their discussions with clients.
Tag: cognitive impairment
Is the connection between sensory impairment and cognitive decline linear, with one health concern leading to the other, or is it cyclical, reflecting a more complex connection? AGS-NIA conference attendees think answers to these questions are critical, which is why their conference report maps the state of sensory and cognitive impairment research while also outlining important priorities for future scholarship and clinical practice.Read More
The researchers found greater incidence of dementia among patients prescribed anticholinergic antidepressants, anticholinergic bladder medications, and anticholinergic Parkinson’s disease medications than among older adults who were not prescribed these drugs.Read More
Researchers analyzed data from 33,888 individuals between the ages of 40-69 who received medical check-ups at the Saitama Health Promotion Corporation, Japan, in 2012.Read More
The researchers found evidence to suggest a link between hearing loss and mild cognitive impairment, a condition that can precede the onset of dementia.Read More